Today’s favourites are all about those little details 💗 Taking something from great to extraordinary! Adding little details is one of my favourite things to do and these makers have really inspired me, and I think they will inspire you too! Lisa of Rose Garden Patchwork has created the cutest bag charm ever! It adds an…… Continue reading Friday Favourites #3
Can you believe it is Friday again already!? Time for more favourites! I love this picture, look at all that yummy yarn! It is also a reminder that I really must give Punch Needle a go! I was kindly sent some supplies from Clover and I just haven’t gotten around to it yet. I think…… Continue reading Friday Favourites #2
Today (10th October) is World Mental Health Day. In my post on this day last year I opened up about my own struggles with my mental health. It is never an easy topic to talk about, not just for me but for most people who struggle. The sad thing is so many people have private…… Continue reading Let’s talk..
I’m aware this is a bit of a “so what” title, but it has been so long, too long since I last started and finished a whole book I feel like it should be documented! Before I had Mabel I read every day, several times a day in fact. Since Mabel I can count on…… Continue reading I read a book!
All of a sudden I have appeared to have lost my “Sew-Jo”. Whats Sew-Jo? Some of you may ask. Well imagine waking up and just not feeling like doing your favourite hobby. November was a particularly difficult month for more reason than one and so I’m wondering if that may have something to do…… Continue reading What do you do when you lose your “Sew-Jo”?
October was definitely a hold on to your hat type of month, i.e it was tough!! I am glad to see the end of October especially as I’m not particularly a fan of Halloween. Growing up in England in the 80’s/90’s we didn’t celebrate it, no one did. Out of all the years in…… Continue reading October Round-Up…
A little off topic from my normal posts but as today is World Mental Health Day. I wanted to share my thoughts. Mental illness can happen to anyone, it is not prejudiced with who it decides to strike. Yet why is there still so much stigma, discrimination and lack of understanding around it? According to…… Continue reading It’s OK…